New at Ancestry

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Coming Soon

  • Historic U.S. & Canada Atlases, 1591-2000
  • Major U.S. & Canada Newspaper Update
  • North Dakota State Census, 1915 & 1925
  • Southern Claims Commission Records
  • Stars and Stripes, Pacific Theater, 1942-1964

6 thoughts on “New at Ancestry

  1. when will more irish records become available on Ancestry uk. As there are many familys with cross channel bonds. I understand the 1901 census is to be released soon.Irish origins and other sites have Irisk data but very expensive.

  2. When oh, when will we see information on county and state records without just being refered to reference books. Background information about the areas our ancestors lived in could shed so much light on the times and places they lived.

  3. How different (if at all) is ancestry.com from ancestry uk? Would the UK version give me more access to Irish records or do both sites carry the same records?

  4. Why iis it that every time i want to look up something i am directed to a free trial and a huge bill at the end of it.
    I pay a hefty fee evert year but when i go to look up an Australian database of electoral records i am asked for another 299 Dollars.

    Kevin Glynn

  5. Any chance for some records from New York State? How about the
    Hartwig’s Finding Guide to the New York State Vital Records Indexes; Births, Deaths and Marriages 1881 – ; compiled by Anita Hartwig, Rochester Public Library, Fall 2000

    Would be so nice to see this online.

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